Data Management for Multi-Cloud


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Sponsored by Red hat & cockroach labs

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
3 pm EDT

Future-proof your IT investment without proprietary data management lock-in for multi-cloud with CockroachDB, a cloud-native distributed SQL database on OpenShift. Leverage this modern SQL database to modernize your infrastructure to achieve scale and efficiencies.

Experts from Red Hat and Cockroach Labs will discuss the following:

  • How to simplify deployment and management of data intense cloud applications in both simple, single data center environments and complex, multi-cloud architectures.
  • Promise effortless scale and bulletproof resilience for both compute and the database
  • How CockroachDB and Red Hat OpenShift combine to deliver a pure cloud-native, approach to modern development
Stephane Matis
Sr. Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Stephane has extensive financial services Industry knowledge, coupled with more then 25 years of Unix, networking, cluster distributed computing, and most recently cloud-native computing with Kubernetes. Stephane works with Red Hat customers as they look to modernize their IT infrastructure for multi-cloud environments.
Jim Walker
VP Product Marketing - Cockroach Labs
Jim is a recovering developer turned product marketer and has spent his career in emerging tech. He believes product marketing is one of the most strategic functions in early-stage companies and takes pride in helping organizations translate complex concepts into a compelling and effective core narrative and market strategy. The list of startups he has had full-time roles include ServGate, Vontu (purchased by Symantec), Initiate Systems (purchased by IBM), Talend (Nasdaq:TLND), Hortonworks (Nasdaq:HDP-CLDR), EverString, CoreOS (purchased by RedHat/IBM) and his current gig, Cockroach Labs.

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